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Poster: Jim F Date: Feb 14, 2011 11:05pm
Forum: GratefulDead Subject: Re: Henry Kaiser 1990-01-07 new on archive

Yeah every once in a while, usually when I have nothing in my download queue (VERY rare), I'll see a Kaiser torrent pop up and I'll grab it. I've also streamed one or two things from here in the last year or so.

It's often a refreshing change from the usual stuff I listen to, and often surprisingly really good. There's one on here, forget the date, but it's just all long jams, I need to dig it up. I would encourage anyone to try some of his stuff out if you're looking for something just a little bit different from the norm.

The last Kaiser thing I downloaded was this. The 23 minute "Other One" track has some nice jams.


Henry Kaiser Band
Great American Music Hall, San Francisco, CA
February 12, 1989

Source: unknown soundboard master tape -> Cassette -> Cassette (2nd Generation)
Lineage: 2nd Gen Soundboard Cassette (Mono)->Sony TC-D5M (No Dolby)->
PC/Audacity 1.3.12 @ 44.1KHz/16b -> CD Wave ->FLAC 6

1. Don't Let a Thief Steal into Your Heart (Thompson) 5:12
2. Fishin' Hole (Sloane/Hagen/Spencer) 5:50
3. Mountains of the Moon (Hunter/Garcia) 4:51
4. The Ballad of Shane Muscatell - T. C., vocal 4:07
5. Band Intros 0:38
6. Kind and Gentle Life (?) 9:46
7. Dark Star (Hunter/Garcia) -> 7:21
8. Ode to Billy Joe (Gentry) -> 10:49
9. Madness of Love (Thompson) -> 6:58
10. Dark Star -> 8:41
11. The Other One (Hunter/Weir/Garcia) -> 23:01
12. Liberty Valance (Bacharach/David) 4:12
13. I'm So Glad... (James) 6:08

Total time: 1:37:34.745

Band:
Cary Sheldon, vocals
Bruce Anderson, guitar
John Hanes, drums
Hilary Hanes, bass
Henry Kaiser, guitar
Tom Constanten, keyboards

Thanks yet again to T.C. for confirmation of the date, the line-up and
part of the setlist - less first two songs, on his website at
http://www.tomconstanten.com/base/1989%20TC%20Base%208.pdf. You
can find a higher generation recording of the same show on
archive.org (the date's wrong - http://www.archive.org/details/Kaiser1989-02-11.flac_,
missing the first song but not missing all the space between the songs this copy is
missing. Whoever I got the first generation recording from evidently cut out as much
of the between-song banter and space as they could...probably to fit as much as
possible on to a 90 minute cassette. The last part of I'm So Glad is spliced in
from the archive.org version.

Mike